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Alleculinae - Isomira

Alleculinae - Isomira
1 mi. E. Jacksonville, Tuolumne County, California, USA
May 21, 1965
Size: 4.0 mm
Sweeping Flowers - an "oldie" I couldn't id

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Moved from ID Request.

 
I thought as much but couldnt find a match...
My first thought was Pseudocistela but the antennae didn't look right (at least at these angles)

doesnt strike me as familiar either...
I'll snoop around when I have the time but I'd start in Tenebrionoidea. Does not strike me at all for a melyrid.

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